Posts Tagged
Pharmacist

  • Letters from Unemployed Pharmacists

    Writers enjoy letters from readers. Early in my blogging days, an encouraging word would keep me going when I wanted to stop. I’m grateful for such feedback. But not all letters were easy to read. Some of the hardest were the emails from unemployed pharmacists. They sounded to me like a cry for help....

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • 5 Signs Your Current Pharmacy Job Should Be in Your Past

    Today I bring you another post from my friend Alex Barker. Thanks for sharing Alex!   Your pharmacy story wasn’t supposed to go this way. When you ventured into pharmacy, you imagined a great salary and rewarding work; a worthwhile return on your investment of time and money. Disillusionment was never...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • An Interview with Dr. Anthony Busti, CEO of High-Yield Med Reviews!

    etting further certifications and training is an area of extreme interest for pharmacists today. Therefore, I’m excited that I had the opportunity to talk to Dr. Anothony Busti, the CEO of High-Yield Med Reviews, a company that specializes in providing high-quality training for pharmacists (and other...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Can You Balance a Pharmacy Career With Quality of Life?

    Can you have a successful career as a pharmacist and still maintain a great quality of life? That is a question that many would-be pharmacy students have asked me in the past.  As I spoke at high schools or job-fairs about the pharmacy profession, young men and women would wonder what “life was really...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Ripped Tide – An Interview with Pharmacist-Author Lance T Carney

    They say there is a book inside everyone just waiting to come out.  Maybe so.  But for pharmacist Lance T Carney the wait is over.  His book, Ripped Tide, an adventure novel featuring a pharmacist by the name of Daniel O’Dwyer is now available for readers everywhere!  I had the great honor of...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Get a PharmD or BCPS?

    One of the delights as a blogger and a pharmacist is to get letters from readers who have questions.  You should know that I respond to each and every email I receive.  While this takes valuable time, I consider it to be a part of my professional service to my fellow-pharmacists and pharmacy students....

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Pharmacists – Take Your Idea to 10X for FREE!

    ometimes you stumble across a resource that has been so personally helpful and motivating that it would almost be sinful not to share it.  I feel this way about a recent audio book that I purchased called The 10X Rule by Grant Cardone.  Grant is not a pharmacist, and his book has nothing to do …...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Is My Perception of the Pharmacy Job Market Wrong?

    ome of my readers here at The Honest Apothecary know that I also write articles for other pharmacy-related organizations and websites.  Maybe no article in recent history has stirred up so much interest at the article I wrote on the pharmacy job market for one of my favorite pharmacy publishing partners,...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Alzheimer’s Disease – The Long Goodbye

    hings have been a bit quiet on the blogging front for the past month or so.  That is mostly because my dear father’s condition had experienced a sudden decline.  On October 8, 2015 he went home to be with the Lord.  The 7-year long battle with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) has come to an end.  He...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Why I ALWAYS Attend the New England Pharmacists Convention

    here are a few things on my calendar every year that I never want to miss:  Christmas, my birthday and The New England Pharmacists Convention.  Once a year in late September, pharmacists from all over New England gather together at one of the premier regional pharmacy events in the country.  This year the...

    Author : Jason Poquette